||Collection of primary texts relating to Ancient, eastern and western religion and mythology, covering Shintoism, Hinduism, I Ching, Taoism, Confucianism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism, Judaism, Mormonism, Bahai'i, Islam, Zoroastrianism, and esoteric, occult, and fringe religions.|| |
|Daily news in English about the Arab world, including Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Lybia, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Syria, Saudi, Arabia, Sudan, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.|| |
|Presents biographical information on a number of Muslim scholars and scientists, such as Jabir Ibn Haiyan, Ibn Sina, Omar al|
Khayyam, and Jalal al-Din Rumi.
|Information about the early history of Islam, its sacred texts, and Muslim beliefs and practices.|| |
|Essays about Islam and Muslims, covering topics of worship, law and state, the Quran, Sunnah, and comparisons with Christianity.|| |
|Traces the historical foundation of the Islamic Republic of Iran in four parts titled Ayatollah Khomeini returns, One country |
two governments, The last struggle of the army, and Revolution Day. Presented in audio format in Persian or as text in English.
|An index of resources for religious studies. Includes Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Gnostic and Coptic Studies, eastern religions, and Native American religions.|| |
|Information and links for study and interpretation of religions. Provides general guides, treatment of all major religious traditions, information about new religions and links to religious studies material.|| |
|An index of information about Islam and science. Includes astronomy and Islam, Islamic medicine, Muslim scientists and thinkers, and the Qur'an and modern science.|| |
|Regional and cross|
cultural chronologies designed for use in history lessons. Describes ancient times, civilisations, kingdoms, eras, and political conditions of Africa, India, the Mediterranean, Western Asia and the Middle East, China and Eastern Asia, Western and Central Europe, Russia and Eastern Europe, Central, North and South America, and the United States. Also considers the historical sequence of Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Western civilisation, and technology.
|Index of links about religion. Includes philosophy, general Christianity, early Christianity, medieval Christianity, reformation studies, Anglicanism, Mormonism, Judaism, Islam and world religions.|| |
|A collection of short biographies of Muslim scientists, mathematicians and astronomers 700 |
1500. Also includes information on Muslim contributions to science.
|Full text publication providing an understanding of Islam, its history, culture, and contribution to civilisation. Covers the birth and spread of Islam, Islamic Law |
(the Sharia), schools of thought, social system, and morality.
|Aims to provide the most comprehensive online resource on the Arab world, primarily dealing with countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Includes information on Arabic cuisine, banking, travel, homes and real estate, Arab names and details of the top 100 companies in Saudi Arabia.|| |
|Index of resources about religion, includes Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, ancient religions, atheism and pantheism.|| |
|Glossary of terms relating to Islam, originating from 'Introducing Islam to Non|
Muslims', by Hussein Khalid Al-Hussein and Ahmad Hussein Sakr.
|Offers an introductory course on Islam with questions relating to the concept of God, worship, life after death, and prophethood. Also provides information about the Prophet Muhammad and the Holy Quran, and features material providing Islamic perspectives on contemporary issues relating to archaeology, health, human rights, and social studies.|| |
|Comprehensive directory covering general resources and subject specific areas including American religions, ancient near east studies, sociology of religion, biblical studies, Buddhist tradition, Christian tradition, comparative religion, East Asian studies, moral and ethical values, Greco|
Roman studies, Hindu tradition, Islam, Jewish studies and theology.
|Set of annotated links to information on Islam, its culture, countries, and people. Covers topics such as the Prophet Muhammad, the Holy Quran, education, children, history, and women in Islam.|| |
|Set of annotated links to online courses, course descriptions, tutorials, assignments, tests and other materials used in the teaching of middle eastern studies.|| |
|Anthology of over 4000 passages from the scriptures of various religious traditions arranged by theme. These include Ultimate Reality and the Purpose of Human Existence, Evil, Sin, and the Human Fall, Salvation and the Saviour, The Religious Life, and Providence, Society and the Kingdom of Heaven.|| |
|A compendium of extracts and full text documents in medieval history. Subjects covered include the end of the Classical World, Byzantium, Islam, formation and flowering of Latin Christendom, the Late Middle Ages, the Italian Renaissance, and the Early Reformation. Selected extracts are accompanied by short explanations, which help the reader to understand their context. Also provides links to related resources, especially Byzantine resources.|| |
|Describes an alternative approach to Islamic banking which proposes to avoid problems such as the inability to set up interest|
free banks in most countries, and the erosion of capital value due to inflation. Covers a range of financial issues including lending, investing, and insuring.
|Collection of articles relating to aspects of the Islamic faith. These are arranged in broad categories including cleansing, worship, penal law, Muslim communities, Jihad, and social, political, and economic issues. Also provides answers to questions submitted by users, and offers a translation of the Qur'an.|| |
length Islamic texts translated into English, journal articles, multimedia resources, and software, all of which relate to Islam.
|Chapter four of the book Interest|
free Commercial Banking written by A. L. M. Abdul Gafoor, which covers the historical development of Islamic financial principles, current practices, problems in implementing the profit and loss sharing concept, and the operation of this type of banking in non-Muslim countries.